جاسوس اورجاسوسی سے متعلقہ احکام (قرآن وسنت کی روشنی میں)
Rules relating to Spy and espionage, In the light of Quran and Sunnah.
Keywords:Spy, Curiosity, Legitimate, Illegitimate, Secrets, Defects.
Qur'an and Hadith have discussed about curiosity and spy from different angles,There are some types of curiosity, some of which are legitimate and some of which are illegitimate.Curiosity is actually a forbidden and prohibited act, but this is also a fact That the basic tasks of an Islamic state are to achieve and maintain security, world peace and to implement the goals of Islamic Shari'a.And all this is possible when there is a strong surveillance system and it is easy for the government to trace people who are suspected of espionage.When someone commits a crime and the criminal goes into hiding, it becomes the duty of the government to investigate the criminal, find out their whereabouts so that the crime can be eradicated. It is permissible for the state to spy against enemies. Rather, in the event of a war between Muslims and others, it is obligatory and necessary for the Imam of the Muslims to pay full attention to it.Some forms of curiosity are also forbidden, for example: spying on the defects and secrets of Muslims, Whether it is eavesdropping, or seeing it, it does not serve any legitimate purpose, nor is it intended to prevent an anticipated harmful effect. The most dangerous espionage is that which is done for the sake of harming the country and its servants, for the sake of betraying God Almighty and Muslims,In order to inform the enemies through it, and to divide and disperse the Muslim forces.This article provides guidance on these types, so its importance is clear.
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